Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes reckons the extension of Niall McGinn's contract will persuade others to join the Dons.
Hearts keeper Jamie MacDonald puts on an impressive display as a lively Aberdeen are forced to settle for a draw at Pittodrie.
Aberdeen's top scorer Niall McGinn signs a new deal to keep him at Pittodrie until 2016.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes wants to sign a goalkeeper to challenge regular first choice Jamie Langfield.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes plans talks with Niall McGinn about extending the forward's contract at Pittodrie.
Derek McInnes says Isaac Osbourne is leaving Aberdeen because he wants to be near his family in Birmingham.
Aberdeen's Derek McInnes will release 11 players in the summer and tells two more they have no future at Pittodrie.
Derek McInnes predicts several summer changes to his Aberdeen squad after the goalless draw with St Mirren.
St Mirren and Aberdeen play out their third goalless draw of the Scottish Premier League season in Paisley.
John Brown will continue as manager of Dundee, despite offering his resignation in the wake of a potential ban.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes thinks it is "bang out of order" to make Peter Pawlett a scapegoat for Dundee's relegation.
Aberdeen accept a two-match suspension for Peter Pawlett but say they do not agree he dived against Dundee.
Aberdeen's Peter Pawlett is cited by the SFA for alleged simulation against Dundee and offered a two-match ban.
Dundee manager John Brown is confident of agreement as top-flight clubs consider play-offs and SPL2.
Dundee manager John Brown says he should not be punished for being critical of a crucial refereeing decision.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes insists contact was made between Dundee's Lewis Toshney and Peter Pawlett for the crucial penalty in Sunday's 1-1 draw.
Dundee are relegated as they draw with Aberdeen at Dens, Kilmarnock's game against Hibs is abandoned and Ross County draw with Celtic.
Dundee are relegated from the Scottish Premier League after failing to beat Aberdeen at Dens Park.
Striker Rhys Murphy will spend time training with Aberdeen as Derek McInnes assesses potential signings.
BBC Scotland agrees a new three-year deal with the Scottish Premier League across television, radio and online.